Martin Pusic, MD, PhD is a Director at the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. A practicing Pediatric Emergency physician, Dr. Pusic also has expertise in human cognition as it pertains to education metrics, health informatics and the longitudinal assessment of clinical skills. Dr. Pusic’s core areas of expertise include educational informatics, student and resident assessment, meta-cognition, and statistical modeling of learning curves. His most recent research focuses on statistical modeling and prediction of student learning trajectories. The research has as its foundation the predictive analytics approaches that recent advances in educational data systems are just beginning to make possible. Dr. Pusic is a co-investigator on NYU’s “Accelerating Change in Medical Education” grant, funded by the American Medical Association.
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